Frequently asked questions
What Is Pelvic Physical Therapy?
Physical therapy specialty that focuses on functional problems of the pelvis is called pelvic rehabilitation or Pelvic floor PT. Some of the common diagnoses that are under this category are urine leakage, constipation, painful sex , postpartum recovery and hip/pelvis/back pain. Pelvic floor rehabilitation is helpful for anyone having pelvic dysfunction men, women and children alike.
What Should I expect in my first visit?
Do you treat men or young kids with pelvic problems?
Do you offer virtual consultations?
How soon can I come for PT after having a baby?
As early as you are ready even a few days after your delivery! Research supports early intervention for postpartum recovery . Generally speaking 3-6 weeks postpartum is a good time to get a Physical therapy assessment.If you had any issues during your pregnancy you are more likely to need Physical therapy post delivery. We typically recommend scheduling a PT consultation 4 weeks after your estimated due date as our schedules book in advance and we do not want you to miss that optimal time window post birth.
Do I need Physical therapy after having a baby?
Can I bring my baby with me?
Of course! Babies are always welcome in our sessions. We take pride in creating a supportive environment for families of all walks of life. Allowing new parents to bring the baby along eases up their stress of finding childcare and lets them focus on self care.